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Interserve to build third Premier Inn

05/11/2014: Interserve has submitted a planning application to build an £11.4m hotel in the West End of Edinburgh. more »

NMC wins Blackburn road improvements

05/11/2014: North Midland Construction (NMC) has started work on a £4.8m road improvement scheme in Blackburn. more »

Graham comes to surface for Glasgow subway canopies

04/11/2014: Work starts today in Glasgow’s St Enoch Square on the £5.3m redevelopment of subway station entrances. more »

Morgan Sindall wins £150m cabling deal

04/11/2014: Morgan Sindall is set to generate £30m a year by laying power cables in the West Midlands. more »

Taywood wins £33m Bristol rail upgrade

03/11/2014: Network Rail Infrastructure has handed Taylor Woodrow a £33m contract to increase rail capacity in Bristol. more »

Residential breakthrough for NG Bailey

03/11/2014: Building services contractor NG Bailey, better known for its work in industrial and commercial property, has won a £13m project on an upmarket residential development in central London. more »

Boot starts Doncaster business park

03/11/2014: Contractor Henry Boot Construction has begun work on the new £10m Doncaster International Business Park project at Robin Hood Airport. more »

New backer for Mace's Newington Butts tower block

03/11/2014: Mace will begin construction in January 2015 on a £200m tower block development of 457 flats at Newington Butts in London’s Elephant & Castle district after finding a new backer. more »

BAM win £23m Liverpool Uni contract

31/10/2014: The University of Liverpool has selected BAM Construction to build its new Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) on campus. more »

Ealing regeneration moves to phase two

31/10/2014: Joint venture partners A2Dominion and Rydon have started work on the second phase of a £155m regeneration scheme in Ealing. more »

Bam/McCann wins £55m A26 upgrade

30/10/2014: A joint venture of BAM and McCann has been chosen to for the £55m A26 dualling project in Northern Ireland. more »

Osborne lands Mercers' Yard scheme

30/10/2014: Osborne has won a £19m buildings works contract in London’s Covent Garden. more »

Justice role for Turner & Townsend

30/10/2014: Turner & Townsend has been appointed by the Ministry of Justice as professional service provider for the design and project management of all property projects from £500,000 to £10m in the east of England and London. more »

Interserve moves into probation services

30/10/2014: Interserve is set to take over running probation and offender rehabilitation services across much of England. more »

Bids prepared for £40m sports complex

29/10/2014: The University of Nottingham has announced plans to build a £40m sports complex. more »

Council plans £23m redevelopment of Preston bus station

29/10/2014: Lancashire County Council is planning to spend £23m on redeveloping Preston’s Grade II listed bus station and creating a youth centre. more »

Halifax heritage task for Graham

29/10/2014: Calderdale Council has appointed Graham Construction to renovate Halifax’s historic Piece Hall, a Grade I listed 18th century building. more »

Speller Metcalfe to expand Stratford Hospital

28/10/2014: Malvern-based Speller Metcalfe has been confirmed as the main contractor for a £22m redevelopment package at Stratford Hospital following planning approval. more »

Suffolk assembles £500m framework

28/10/2014: Suffolk County Council is seeking up to 18 contractors to share in £500m of construction work over the next four years. more »

Hallburn Wind Farm clears planning

28/10/2014: Construction is set to start next year on the Hallburn Wind Farm in Cumbria after the developer’s planning approval was confirmed. more »

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